In a joint letter to the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, ISDA, the Institute of International Finance, and the Global Financial Markets Association, among others, requested reconsideration of the 2014 standardized approach for measuring counterparty credit risk exposures.
Technical corrections to an OCC, Federal Reserve Board and FDIC standardized approach to calculating the exposure amount of derivative contracts under the "regulatory capital rule'" were published in the Federal Register.
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York analyzed the potential impact of a cyberattack transmitted through a payment system against a (i) single large bank, (ii) group of smaller banks and (iii) common service provider.
The OCC, the Federal Reserve Board and the FDIC will implement a standardized approach to calculating the exposure amount of derivative contracts under the "regulatory capital rule."
The Comptroller of the Currency, Federal Reserve Board and FDIC proposal allowing "advanced-approaches" banking organizations (i.e., those with $250 billion or more in total consolidated assets, or $10 billion or more in on-balance sheet foreign exposure) to use an alternative approach for calculating derivative exposures under regulatory capital rules was published in the Federal Register. Comments must be received before February 15, 2019. As previously covered, the proposed approach - the standardized approach for counterparty credit risk ("SA-CCR") - would replace the current exposure